Over the years I've entered in several contests in Internet,
all around the world, the entries accumulate and I had a hard time choosing
what goes where in this site or what deserves its own page, so here you'll
find the "master" index into all.
that won the first JS1K contest and defeated several hundreds of novice
players along the world.
- Meteors for JS1k 2013 spring contest, an
and tiny enemy spaceships that shoot back!.
- Elemental Master for JS1k 2016
atoms, avoid the red ones.
- Diva's Magic Dream for JS1k 2017
Magic contest, save the diva from her fans and destroy the Moai heads!
International Obfuscated C Code Contest (IOCCC) entries:
- 3D Tanks game, winner of 20th IOCCC. A 3D tanks
game for two players.
- Intel 8080 emulator, winner of 19th IOCCC as Best of Show.
Emulates the complete processor including video, keyboard and disk drives,
well enough to run CP/M and its vast software resources.
- Toledo Chess 2, winner of 19th IOCCC.
Chess program with X/Window and Windows graphical user interface.
- Knight's tour solver, winner of 19th IOCCC.
A program that solves the knight's tour over a chessboard.
- Toledo Chess 1, winner of 18th IOCCC.
A text based chess program written in C language.
Entries for MSXdev:
- Zombie Near, 2nd place at MSXdev'10,
survive in zombie-infested laboratories, rescue scientists and defeat bosses
- Mecha-8, 5th place at MSXdev'11,
an army of aliens has invaded a little planet and defeated the defenders, or
almost, still remains Mecha-8.
Entries for 2018 4k Short'n'Sweet Contest:
- Borzork, 2nd place,
a Berzerk clone with graphics close to arcade.
- Astro Cube, 5th place of 9 entries,
a rain of geometrical figures should be stopped at any price.
- Toledo Atomchess for Atari VCS/2600,
for the Hackaday 1K contest that finished Jan/09/2017, a 6502 chess program in 1K
self-contained that runs over an unmodified Atari VCS/2600, with AI, graphical
chessboard and easy entering of movements with joystick.
- Star Trek inspired X-Ray device, for the
Sci-Fi Hackaday contest, toy which shows prepared X-ray images when touching the
illustrated screen a la Star Trek. Very easy to build at home using an Arduino,
TFT screen and a led bar.
Last modified: Apr/15/2018